Many people know Senator Tim Kaine as Hillary Clinton’s running mate during the 2016 Presidential Election. The Harvard graduate is also the former chair of the Democratic National Committee, a distinguished lawyer and served as Virginia’s Governor from 2006 to 2010.
“A lot of talented musicians on stage putting on a great show as people danced and had a good time,” is how George Fintel describes the first Jazz in July event he attended. “It was 2002 and I was a high school sophomore. I vividly remember how much fun people had.”
Last Saturday George, now married with three children, took his entire family for the first time to Longwood Park to also experience Jazz in July.
The Marquis Who’s Who Publications Board has awarded the 2017 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Dolores Yuille Johns. “This honor is reserved for Marquis Biographee who have achieved career longevity and demonstrated unwavering excellence in their chosen fields”.
Among Webster’s many definitions of the word tests we find, “critical observation, examination or evaluation; a process which will lead to proof or disproof, acceptance or rejection of any given thing or theory; or a means of measuring knowledge, intelligence, skill or any number of other things–including loyalty, as seems paramount among our current President and White House staff, so grossly affecting the nation as a whole. Continue reading Viewing tests from different perspectives. . .→
by John C. Dorhauer, General Minister and President
With its new Mission Statement, the United Church of Christ is committed to exploring what it takes to build a just world for all by simply loving God and loving our neighbor as we love ourselves.
To help the entire denomination not just speak those good words but live them out in tangible, meaningful ways we have also committed to participating in the Three Great Loves mission initiative. Continue reading Three Great Loves→